Things To Do This Weekend: November 11 – 13
When: Friday and Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm and 7pm
Location: The Old Town Theatre, 4040 Twiggs St.
How much: $29-47
The Glass Menagerie is Tennessee Williams’ most deeply personal and haunting play. Cygnet Theatre Company brings you this masterpiece—a touching tale of lost dreams, family bonds and survival. This is the final weekend, so don’t miss your chance to see this great show!
SD Beer Week
When: All Weekend
Location: Multiple Locations throughout San Diego
How much: Varies
In its final weekend, San Diego Beer Week brings you the opportunity to tour local breweries, sample unique brews, and enjoy tasteful beer and food pairings. This weekend will have a variety of great beer-themed events throughout San Diego. Check out Beer Week’s website for a complete schedule!
Veterans Cruise Free on Hornblower and Flagship
When: All day
Location: Hornblower – 1066 North Harbor Drive
Flagship – 1050 North Harbor Drive
How much: Free
San Diego Veterans Day Parade
Location: Pacific Highway, Cedar Street to Harbor Drive
How much: Free
This year’s Veterans Day Parade commemorates the 20th anniversary of Desert Shield/Desert Storm and the grand marshal is Lieutenant General Thomas D. Waldhauser Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force and Commander, U. S. Marine Corps Forces Central Command. The Parade route begins at the County Administration building at Cedar and Pacific Highway and runs along Pacific Highway south to Harbor Drive.
Café Sevilla Dinner Show
Location: Cafe Sevilla, 353 Fifth Avenue
How much: Free with dinner
Every Friday night, Cafe Sevilla in the Gaslamp Quarter offers an evening to remember. Enjoy a 3 course meal with authentic Spanish cuisine and a two hour show with Gipsy, fusion flamenco dancing and belly dancing. Cost Includes nightclub cover. Tax tip and beverages not included, reservations recommended.
San Diego Potters Guild Semi-Annual Sale
Location: Spanish Village Art Center, 1770 Village Place
How much: Free
The San Diego Potters’ Guild is holding their semi-annual sale at the courtyard of The Spanish Village. Each potter brings in a load of new work from their home studios and displays it in the courtyard. It is a unique opportunity to speak to almost all of the potters and ask them questions about their work.
America’s Cup World Series: Port Cities Challenge
Location: San Diego Harbor
How much: Free to watch from the shore
America’s Cup is the world’s most prestigious sailing race, taking place in San Diego this year. The Port Cities Challenge is a preliminary series consisting of three fleet races each day. Racing is scheduled to start with a warning signal at 1305, local time. The first race each day will be 40 minutes, the second and third will be 18 minutes. The Port Cities Challenge Trophy will be awarded at the conclusion of Sunday’s racing at the winning Teams’ Base Camp.
Location: San Diego Botanic Garden
How much: Free with admission ($6-12)
Enjoy presentations, demonstrations, educational displays, plant sales, and book sales all weekend long at the San Diego Botanic Garden. This special exhibition showcases 37 original 19th century botanical color illustrations of bromeliads from the collection of Jack Kramer, prolific author and collector. These one-of-a-kind original works come with documented sources—they are rare in the trade and are for sale.
Wacky Science Sunday
Location: San Diego Natural History Museum
How much: Free with admission ($11-17)
Live performances in the Discovery Center at the San Diego Natural History Museum. Explore mysterious creatures, fascinating habitats, and hands-on science.
Orfila Concert in the Vines
Location: Orfila Vineyards, Escondido
How much: $20-25
Come to Orfila Vineyards this Sunday for a live performance by Ablaze! This adult contemporary band combines acoustic guitar, drum, bass, and saxophone to produce a sound that is catchy, classy, and oh so chill. SD Street Eats Food Truck will be on site during the show, serving up great food from around the globe. Tickets include a glass of wine.